Their second album this year launches the four-piece to new heights.
'Ode To Joy’ cements their legacy as the greatest band of our time.
The versatile New York rapper put out 'A Girl Cried Red' last Friday, so we got some ex-diehards to chat about it.
The album review may be dead, but online opinions are flourishing. Can 18th century Scottish philosophy help lead the way?
Naturally, he'd rank records from one to five American flag emojis.
The Dean tackles recent releases from Regina Spektor, Macy Gray, and Jamila Woods.
The Dean dives into two new releases from Dundalk's Jinx Lennon, plus recent records from Kate Tempest, Sleaford Mods, and L.A. Salami.
The Dean takes a deep dive into the works of San Francisco singer-songwriter Dawn Oberg and Detroit rapper DeJ Loaf.
The Dean reviews albums from African music luminaries Konono No. 1, Noura Mint Seymali, Youssou N'Dour, and more.
The Dean reviews the latest from Kendrick Lamar, Anderson .Paak, and more.
This isn't so much an album as a charm offensive for everyone with reasonable gripe about the guy and his art last time around.
With every song available for free the instant of its release, do we still need critics to tell us what’s good?